HBO shows are always worth a watch. Here are five shows you can binge while you wait for the next episode of The Last Of Us to drop!
HBO Max has some of the best TV shows of all time available on the platform right now. Yes some of them are notoriously infamous for not-so-wholesome endings, but all in all, we unanimously agree that HBO is single-handedly responsible for churning out the best TV shows of this era. As soon as we got done talking about the first season of House of the Dragons, HBO decided to give us a Trailer for Succession Season 4 and also The Last Of Us, a game adaptation like none other! However, the content consumers are endless, and with their amazing time management, they manage to keep up with everything they give them. The Last Of Us is currently dropping one episode each week, so here we are with our list of HBO shows that will keep you busy in the meanwhile while you wait for the next episode to air.
This is a Spanish mystery horror show which has been renewed and is coming back this year itself, so it is a great time to binge the show right now. The story follows a Father who is also an exorcist who resides in a village as he hoped to be forgotten by his enemies. The town is obviously paranormally inflicted. The show is a great one to binge, as each episode will leave off with a feeling of urgency.
This show belongs in multiple genres and holds the tones perfectly to build an uncomfortable post-apocalyptic dystopian world. The show is loosely based on Emily St. John Mandel's 2014 best-selling novel of the same name.
There's a sleek chance that you haven't watched the breathtaking (literally) miniseries by HBO that is based on the 1986 Chornobyl disaster and its clean-up efforts. However, it would have been a crime to not include the show in this list. The drama that unfolds after the disaster highlights the role of the Soviet Union and showcases the lesser-known tragedies that came with the disaster.
The show that changed the face of fantasy TV is based on George RR Martin's novel series called A Song of Ice and Fire. The show became a global phenomenon following its release in 2011. Set in the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos, the show blurs the line between real-world history and fantasy period drama. If you haven't watched any of the shows on this list before, here's my humble request to start with this one.
The story follows Jane, a single woman living in a home alone. The show is an adaptation of JP Delaney's bestselling book. Watch the show to witness Gugu Mbatha-Raw's stellar performance.